The Miramar’s Food Truck Is Serving as a Beach Bar

••• I knew that the Rosewood Miramar Beach’s food truck is open for takeout and delivery, but not until I noodled by on my bike did I realize that it’s a de facto beach bar. Just go up the main steps, and it’s right outside the oceanfront bar. You can’t sit there, of course, but you can take your food and drink to the beach. Hours are noon to 7 p.m., and according to the menu on GrubHub, you can buy beer, wine, and a few cocktails, as well as the burgers, fish tacos, etc.

••• Dart Coffee Co. in the Funk Zone reopens this Saturday “for to-go, online pick-up, or drive-by orders only,” says David Dart. “There will be no inside/patio/garden seating and we are obeying all Covid-19 SB Health & Safety recommendations. Hours going forward will be 7-12 and we’ll be serving out the large and small windows. We will continue to recommend to customers outside they practice appropriate social distancing. We’ve resisted retail services due to concerns for staff and customer health. Our online and wholesale roasting remains busy and it’s been great to stay in touch with those customers. At this time, the staff and owners are ready to move forward and provide our coffees, pastries and empanadas to the Funk Zone area. Should be fun!”

••• “Lilac Patisserie is currently offering national shipping as well as contactless pickup on Tuesdays from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. for all preorders from our limited online menu. Our contactless pickup menu includes cakes, pastries, cookies and treats, cheesecakes, breads, quiche, granola, and gluten free flour. We also […] developing baking mixes so our customers will be able to bake our treats at home!” Everything is gluten-free. Below: lemon meringue tart. —Restaurant Guy

••• The Black Sheep now has a menu of add-ons to customize the family meal. And all orders are 20% off.

••• The Independent profiles Guner and Heidi Tautrim, whose farm added pigs four years ago and “now sells thick-cut bacon, five styles of sausage, smoked ham steaks, pork chops, Boston butts, baby back ribs, and much more direct to consumers under the name Gaviota Givings.” Photo courtesy Gaviota Givings.

••• Buying merch is a great way to suppose independent businesses: Low Pigeon introduced a sweatshirt and T-shirt, and Handlebar has new mug designs.


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